Remote lifestyle report october 2018

This project was inspired by Tomas Laurinavicius’ lifestyle reports. I am fascinated by the idea of documenting our life. I hope this project not only gives me motivation to work on my blog, but also provides value to your life.



Total expense: 1737.29 euros.

The most we spent was our rental in Lisbon: 650 euros.

We were in David’s parents’ house (Málaga) the beginning of October because we had to do the residence card and marriage interview. After our staying in Lisbon, we took a 3-day trip on the way back. We spent 350 euros on that trip.

🌍We have visited:

We visited Cacilhas,Cascais and Sintra when we were in Lisbon. On the way back to Málaga, we visited Évora, Elvas and Mérida.


👍🏽Malaga Aeronautical Museum


👍🏽👍🏽Tram 28

👍🏽👍🏽National Azulejo Museum

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👍🏽👍🏽Dolls Hospital






👍🏽Costa de Caparica

👍🏽Belém Tower


👎🏽👎🏽Jerónimos Monastery


We spent an hour to go inside. It turned out is wasn’t interesting inside. The waiting and the 10 euros entrance fee didn’t worth at all.


👍🏽👍🏽Quinta da Regaleira


If you like mysterious tunnels and architectures, you must not miss this place.

👍🏽Park and National Palace of Pena

pena palace.jpeg

👍🏽Castle of the Moors


👎🏽Sintra National Palace sintra.jpeg

The entrance fee is high, and it has nothing but luxurious decoration.


👍🏽👍🏽Chapel of Bones bones.jpeg

You can visit a museum and the chapel with one ticket.

👍🏽The Church of St. Francis

👍🏽Roman Temple of Évora


👍🏽Elvas Castle

👍🏽Our Lady of the Assumption Cathedral

👍🏽Forte de Santa Luzia

👍🏽Amoreira Aqueduct

elvas water bridge.jpeg


👍🏽👍🏽Roman Teather roman theater.jpeg

👍🏽👍🏽Amphitheatre of Mérida


You can buy a 15 euros tickets to visit all of the roman ruins. However, some of them are not that interesting.

👍🏽Roman Bridge


👍🏽Miraculous Aqueduct

merida .jpeg

👍🏽Temple of Diana

merida roman temple.jpeg

👍🏽National Roman Art Museum

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🍻Social Life:

We went to 3 meetups and made 0 friend!

We have lowered our standard of “friends”: people we love to hang out with outside of the meetups are friends. Since we didn’t have enough time to chat with people in the meetups, it’s hard to know each other more. Normally we could only exchange our personal information. For instance, our nationalities, jobs and trips.